Every year the University hosts several commencement competitions, including the Art and Photography Contest, which will focus on students’ individual interpretation of the word ‘blue’ this year. Jay Bopp, chair of the Division of Art and Design, said all art majors are required to submit an original piece, with no assistance from staff, faculty
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The fundraising efforts for Bible Conference 2015 will go toward three different types of ministries: Bible translation, church planting and a business venture in a restricted access nation. These fundraising efforts tie in with the theme for this year’s Bible Conference: “Gospel Advance.” Dr. Pettit wanted to change the focus of the offering to ministry
The millennial generation (that’s you and me, fellow college students) has frequently been described as a selfish generation. That’s not exactly a great reputation to have, is it? Whenever I hear people mention this, I cringe. Personally, I do not want to be considered part of a selfish generation, and disagreeing with those who make
Performance Hall will host the first-ever performance of Whales Outside the Window Feb. 26, 27 and 28 at 7:30 p.m. The production is the first-year project for the practicum class for four graduate assistants. The play will be directed by Meg Jones and was written by Lydia Stewart, whose other works include Then Came the
Members of BJU’s Class of 1990 will reunite for their 25-year class reunion Friday and Saturday for a weekend full of fun, fellowship and nostalgia. Jonathan Pait, manager of events and services for the Alumni Association, said the class reunions are a way for the University to help alumni reunite and maintain the friendships and
The Christian School Recruitment Conference, which enables schools to build relationships with education-focused students, returns to BJU Monday and Tuesday in the Family Room of the dining common. Around 70 schools from all over the world will attend the conference, said Dr. Brian Carruthers, dean of the School of Education. Representatives from schools, both stateside
Tucked away in the heart of Greenville’s art district is The Village Grind, a coffee shop that opened its rustic doors Jan. 16. Lindsey George, one of the owners, said opening a coffee shop has always been a dream of hers. After working several jobs to save money, she found co-owners in her friend Jim